Fortnite’s Season X Battle Pass is here, and it’s bringing many advantages and toys for players. The most fascinating new weapon is the B.R.U.T.E. mech suit. It’s a two-man vehicle, with one player controlling movement and the other firepower, however, a solitary individual can work it in the event that they feel they’re up to the activity. The Titanfall-like B.R.U.T.E. will give you a chance to do things like dash into battle, “super jump” to triumph and stomp adversaries while allowing access to a shotgun and rocket launcher. Over the mech, there are various new vaulted weapons.
As Epic teased in the story trailer, it’s also reintroducing old game locations via rift zones. “The Zero Point Explosion has made the island volatile,” the blog post states. “Locations once thought to be lost are beginning to appear, but they aren’t the same as they once were. Drop-in and explore to discover what mysterious gameplay changes they have in store.” It hasn’t made clear what those changes are, but you’ll soon find out once you download the Battle Pass.
Another new Season X highlight is Missions. Much as in PUBG, they’re “a series of thematic objectives that grant rewards,” Epic said. Those include Battle Stars, XP, and various exclusive cosmetic items. There are no other details, but you can find more in the Battle Pass and Challenges tabs.
At long last, Fortnite has presented Battle Pass gifting, yet temporarily. Until August fifteenth, you’ll have the option to send a Battle Pass to a companion on all stages, however, timing may differ a bit by area. “Your first purchase also includes a unique Gift Box for you to use when gifting items from the shop,” Epic said.
Overall that there are different Event updates, a weapon-free zone, an advanced storm controller, new camera modes, bug fixes and a performance tweak that should improve streaming speeds. In case you’re on a PC, remember that Fortnite Season X will require a DirectX 11-capable card. Else, you ought to have the option to get it on your preferred stage now for 950 V-Bucks (about $9.50).
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